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An evolution of the award winning stainless steel water feature the Chalice, the Fire Chalice is a sophisticated centrepiece marrying the classical elements of fire and water.
It comprises an outer bowl over which water mesmerizingly circulates and an inner sky mirror with a burner in the centre.Scroll for more
The flame reflects both in the circulating water and the concave mirrored surface producing a kaleidoscope of reflected flames.
The Fire Chalice is available in a 39" diameter, with other sizes available upon request.
Prices start at $92,153 including reservoir tank, pump and lighting.
Fire Chalice is made from 316 marine grade mirror polished stainless steel and is lit both internally and from below with either blue or white LEDs.
Fire Chalice is available in a 30", 39" and 47" diameter, with other larger sizes available upon request.
There are several ways that a Fire Chalice can be installed, but most installations fall into the following scenarios:
- The reservoir tank supplied with the feature can be dug into the ground with the Chalice sitting above it at ground level.
- The reservoir tank supplied with the feature can itself sit at ground level with the Fire Chalice sitting on top of this therefore raised up from the ground by around 45cm. We can provide a mirror polished finish for the tank for an additional amount, or alternatively you could clad the tank in stone.
- if you have an existing pond or plan to build one, the piece can sit on a tripod above the water. In this instance, without the need for our stainless-steel reservoir tank, the price will come down.
Installation and delivery are included in the price for UK commissions and for overseas, shipping quotes can be obtained and charged at cost.
If installed correctly with a suitable filtration and softening package, then maintenance required is minimal. Typically, this would consist of draining the piece a few times a year, removal of any debris and refilling with fresh water. In areas of hard water or high salt content, the tank will need to be drained down more frequently as the concentration of salts in the water increases over time. Cleaning the polished stainless steel should be undertaken using a soft, lint free cloth only, taking care to ensure that no grit is on the cloth that may cause scratching. Maintenance instructions will be issued on installation.